Why do Mountain Climbers, climb mountains? Mountain Climbers climb mountains to experience the sensation of arriving to their desired destination after taking the toughest route possible.
We are like Mountain Climbers. What we want appears out of reach at first glance, but after a long strenuous routine we will reach our goal.
Why do Mountain Climbers continue to limb mountains even after they already accomplished it? Mountain Climbers continue the sport of climbing mountains because once you know how to scale past problems, it's rewarding to do it over and over again.
Once we have reached our desired goals, more desired goals will come into play, and we will achieve those as well. Our lives similar to the evolution of the earth we live on, go through levels of experience, until we have had enough practice to begin advancing, and even then we continue to engage with new experiences because our lives are expanding with time.
Let's look at the mountain again. Before we can begin climbing, we must learn what to expect and how to handle these expectations. The key is that all of the expectations will differ in shape, so knowing how to handle expectations is much different then actually knowing what's going to happen.
We will never know what's going to happen, but as Mountain Climbers we know how to breath through what is happening. Footholds can be shallow, or protruding and the wall can be wet or slippery, and handholds may have barely enough space to for the first digit of your index finger, forcing us to pull up all of our body weight while hundreds of feet in the air.
This is what life looks like. We can live our lives on lower ground and appreciate the minimum views that we are allowed from where we have positioned ourselves in life. If we want more, we have to climb hire. With each mountain top conquered, the views increase and possibilities seem endless for miles around.